Humor at Work: AATH


Chicago, IL – I spent this past weekend in Chicago, attending the 25th annual AATH (Association for Applied & Therapeutic Humor) conference. To say I learned a lot is an understatement. In fact, I’ve shared many of my key takeaways in this post, Humor Ideas from AATH.

AATH is a diverse humor organization with members from all walks of humor practices–from clinical clowns (like Patch Adams) to corporate humorists (like myself), the group covers the gambit of how humor can be applied to improve health, work, happiness and more.

Special thanks to Barbara Goldstein of Gold Coast Giggles for letting me know about the conference. To find out more about AATH, check out their site: Association for Applied & Therapeutic Humor.

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  • Mary Kay Morrison April 25, 2012, 6:54 am

    It was great to meet you Drew! Thank you for this wonderful write up about our conference. Did I hear you “volunteer”? Sending hugs and thanks for joining us!

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